UCL Chamber Music Club


UCL Chamber Music Club

The UCL Chamber Music Club, inaugurated in 1952, promotes the playing and enjoyment of chamber music and related repertoire in University College London, through the provision of facilities for its members and the organising of regular concerts.

Welcome to the 68th Season (2019-20)

  • Many thanks to everyone who contributed to our fund-raising campaign, we achieved our target! The new piano should be arriving at the end of the month.

*Covid-19 update*

Due to the pandemic our concerts have temporarily ceased, we will pick back up again when lockdown is over and students and staff are back on campus.

About us

  • Concerts are free and open to all!
  • For details of this season's concerts please visit our Concert Diary page. All concerts, unless otherwise indicated, is take place in the Haldane Room, South Cloisters, on the ground floor of the Wilkins Building. 
  • Club membership is open to all UCL students, staff and alumni, if you would like to join please visit the UCL Online Store.

CMC Newsletters

Since 2013 the Club has produced a series of newsletters containing articles written by members, concert reviews and interesting portraits of individual committee members. Our latest issue (No.13 - March 2020) is out now!

Visit our Newsletters page to read and download all issues.

Choir, cello and harpsichord

Concert Diary

Details of the current season's concerts, and link to programme archive

RB conducting the choir and cello

Become a Member

General information about membership, and how to join


Member Facilities

Practice facilities, and how to access the CMC Performers' list, Members' email list and our Sheet Music Library

Fingers on harpsichord

Piano Hire

How to book the Steinway piano in the Haldane Room (and in special circumstances the harpsichord)


Committee and Constitution

Find out who the Committee are and access our Constitution and Privacy Notice

EM playing flute with string accompaniment


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